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NOT ONE TO SPARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

NOT ONE TO SPARE. ' Which Bball it be? . Which shall it bg?' I looked ut John— John looked ut me (D. ar pmient John, who Joves mo yet As well as though my locltR were jet) ; Ami when I found thnt I must speak, My voice seemed strangely low and weak : ' Tell tne again what Robert said.' And then I, listening, bent my head. ' This is his letter : * I will frivo A house and land while you shall live, If, in return,' from out your seven One child to mo tor aye is given!' ' 1 look d .it John's old garments worn, I thought of all that John bad borne Of poverty and work and care, Which I, though willing, could not share; I thought of seven mouths to feed, Of seven little children's need; And then of this. 'Come, John,' said I, *' We'll ehooso among thorn aa thoy lie Asleep so, walking hand in band, Dear John and I survey'd our band. First to the cradle lightly stepp'd, Whero Lilian, the baby, slept, A glory 'gainst tbo pillow white. Softly the father stoop'd to lay Hi3 rough hand down iu a...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Household. HYGIENE OF THE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

|joiiS£tjA HYGIENE OE THE TEETH. A bard orust is the beet possible dentifnoe. I never oould get mjself to boliove in the, natural neoeoeity of a tooth brush. Tbe African nations, the Hindoos, tbo natives of Southern Europo, tho South Sea Iolanders, the Arabs, -he South Amerioun vegetariane, in short, throe-lourthn of our follow men, besides our next relatives, the irugivorons animuls, havo Bplendid v-ieih witboiV. sozo dont. I really believe tnst ours uecay irom sheer dibnso i the boarding house home lives ohiefly on pap — waut3 ull bis insula soft boiled, and growls at cold biscuit or an nndordono potato; in otbur words, ho dele gates to the ooolt tho proper funotions ot hie teeth. We brnr occasionally ol old mea gotting 11 Becouii, or vi.thor third, set ol teeth. I met one of thorn in northern Guatemala, Red ascertained iliht ho bad beaome toothless duving a twelve yoars' sojourn in a seaport town, and thnt he got hia new set upon hie return to his native village, where oiroumstau...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. AUSTRALIAN CHAMPANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. Bi JujIBDCTOO. AUSTRALIAN CHAMPANGE. It ia in no spirit of antagonism to the Champagne 'Wine Ctmipany recently sol. iu motion in fllol bourne thut wo ata -a tln.t soores of locations could bo found in all tho wine-producing soctiuuB of tbocountiy, whore this dtlioious wine could b» made to porfeotion. When tho high price and tho oxtrnaivn urg of tlio nrticln are taken ino consideration, and the « ell establ shed . faot is ad led that probably not ono-tentb ) of tho wine sold as champagne is genuine, it ?will be acknowledged that tho effurr, we aro about to make in favour of inducing tho manufuuturo of champagne upon a small, as woll ob a largo scale is fully war ranted. When persons acquainted with cham pagne wine, as it is (.ot in the farm house# ot tho champagne country, boo what is drank for ohnmpagno in the colonies they are astonished. And, t - come n arer to Australian expetiences, it will bo in the recolltotion of many that in times past a glass...

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HIS "LITTLE GAME." CHAPTER I. "SHUFFLING THE CARDS." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

HIS 'LITTLE GAME.' CHAPTER I. ' SHUraiilNQ inE OAHDB.' I HATH tho fellow I His name ia Larkins, and his profession is law. My profosBion ia also law ; bat Lar kins is barrister-at-law, whilst I — well, I am not. Some people call mo an attorney. Let them ; I cali mysolf solioitor. I hate Larkins ! I havo alwuys detested tho brute I Larkins has boon a nuisance lo me all my life. Lirkins went to school with me, and devolopod his hateiulneBS at the comparatively early stage of toSeo and ronnd jaoKeta. it was liirKins who always prigged my ' cribs' during olass-time ; it was Lar kins who always ' bowled' or ' caught' mo at oriokot ; it was Larkins who was ante to 'rash my goal' at footba and make ' apple-pies in my bed. Whon llelt school Lurkius followed mo to Trinity Hall, Cam bridge, where he becamo moro hateful than ever. It was Larkins then who used to in cite BaC'.», nho had the rooms above mine, to horrible louts upon the Frenoh horn, and to put black beetles in my boots. Tuo rnfii...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

EiitcASj a K'srso aajfltiflii. ' ? ? ? ? , . .. Ckntu.vl SuoatjAven* . MvxtoiP.vs'---.Qovxciii. —Tho usual mooting of this council was hold on tho loth, -whon thoro wore presont, tlio .Mayor. (Alderman D. llyatn), and Aldonnon Uroroton, Forsvth/irouaghan, and AVal ker.— -Tnu p.unutos of previons:inooting:woro road and conlirmod;-^ Gorros])ondonco included but ono. letter lroin tlio Gnvornmout Pnntor. — Tlio liusinoss transactod was of a formal chavactor. . ..... . . At tho last mooting of tho Municipal Council if Hroughton Crook & Bomadorry, Aid. Konnedy roported that no stops liiul yot boon takon by tho Do[mrtmont of Uonds to clear and: form tho road from Ilayos' storo to; Uoinadorry. .--Ho oharactorisod llio doloy as disgraceful in the : face of tho roported promises to liavo tlio road, opened without dolay, otc. Tho Council in structed tho Olork to wnto . again to tho Dopart mont on tho subjoct. AVe l'ogrot to record- tho doatli oE Mr. G. 0. C. Joston, toachor of tlio Pub...

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Novelist. BELLA'S HERO. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] ? BELLA'S HERO. (Cof eluded, J Tuns stood mattcra whon Colonel Fitz EubIuou was announced. That, gontluman hud boon informed that the marquis liad takon a. fancy to moot; his bust friends onco moro boforo ho should bo oullud away from thorn, and that ho wiehtd to enjoy tho satisfaction of seeing thorn togotnor ; and furthermore, it tad boon hinted to him that ho,, the marquis, had a strange story of his own experionco which ho wished to bUU enom. The colonel seomed a littlo startled, and for a moment, ntrvouH, on entering tho drawing-room; but ho quickly rccovertd his balance — ho was a man ot wonderful powers of self-control when not enraged — and having swopt the room with his. keenly flashing ojob, he advanoed to tho maiquis and extended his hand, 'My dear coutin, this in joy I You look better than I had oared to hope. Thank Heavt-n tor tho blessing I' 'f. thank you for your good words, Colonel, and I am oertainly glad to see you here, Really, I brought this company hero to m...

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Cricket. CAMBEWARRA V. BURRIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] CAiniEWAllltA V. BUUllIETt. These two clubs mot at Cambowarra, on Satmv :day,:.;lSth';iiistant'i 'for tho third ^ino'tbis'maai-ni'iv wlion Cahibcwarra won by an innings. Ap-r i ponded are tho scores, which spoak for thora selves : — BURUIER C.C. 1st.' IN'NIXOS.. ' . 2nd INM.NOS. ? ? O. Tliorbiun, brsaser.;.......... 0 b Fraaer 5 '\V. Kenned y,e!MkFee.b Fnuser 0 b Fia.ser ? ? ? -2 Tniser ? 0 bTi-a^cr ? 0 R, Biddulphi'b lHcc.v.....i. v 7 bllico ? ? .'...r-vl' ?T. jS[all;cC. Biee,b;W. Bice... '? 0,;:c;Fiiiscr, b;Bico .0 H. Thoiriiioii, nob out^ 10 ? bPrnser .'i;;. ^'0:. .T/Tliorbnrn^b I3ico;...i.;../...:..- ,0-: not,out.:.....\.....:.;..:..'..'.: .o' J. JIullcy.-b Bieo, ..iv 0 l b Fnwcr ; ,0: S. Kennedy, c Harvison/b Bieo -1 v.b Bico;.. ...... i ...... „l: J. Kennedyj b Fraser. ........... 0 ,b3riaser ? 0 IC. JI'Kon^ie, rim out;.......;../ *i- b ]hc-s ........ ? Suudrien ...... 0 ' Sundriea. 0 Total ? .' ? M3 'Total ? 0 CAM BEAArARR A 'O.O. , ? lfiT 1NNIN08.' ! . C. Sinclair, Lb^M ...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Sh'oalhavcn MuIIh' Time Table. LcuvnjMoKsVale T. \V T. JA 8. Sun. «.m. Arrive Yuvrunflft ... do do do do dn do 2.80am Uiivrcngnrry . do do i!o do ilo do fiti.m: ?. KmiRurooYly do do do do do do (5a.ui. Cambovmrm. do do do do do do , 8.0 u.m. . ? ? is'owra do do do do do do m. ; Leave Nowra do do do do do lOu.m. Sunday, . p.m Arrive Tomorontr.... do do do do do 1p.m. „ 4.M ,, WMidiuulmu. do do do do do .'Jp.m. ft.ftO „ .Conjoin.. do do do do do ,'liun. . -».30 Ynttoyultulu. do do do do do fip.ni. . ,, 7.JJ0 ^niton : do do do do do , ?. M „ 1 Ullndullit. doldo do do dn 7p.m. IU ,, Loavo Ulliululla Sn M T. 'W T. I'ri. |.,'10 u.ia, An*ivo Milion do do do do do do o.JW „ , Yntteyattfth.. do do do do do do O.lfl t'oujoW.. do do do do do do 7 „ 'WandandJan. do do do do do do !).15 „? Tomni-ouiy..,.^ do do do do do do 10.15 „ Nowra. , do do do do do do l.llOp.m. Lca\o Nowra. do do do do do do !UU) - - ' Cambowanu. do do do do do do -l.no „ , ICati'roo Ylly, do do do do do do 7 ; ; UniTongnr...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Inquest. i An inquost , was held at.- Kanci}foo.;Yallov on Saturdiiy lnsfc, . tlio :38th insK, boforo Mr. District'Coronor.'Ilichai'ds,- tpuohing.-.tho-'. causo: !of death of Elizahoth Bail^y^iSvho diod suddonly on '.-Friday morning,; at/thoT rosidonco :.nf.' Mr. Risk. Tlio' undbrmonTOnod- gontlomon formed, tlio jury John ; Nung (foroman), Jamos Trnnble. 'John lirori'Ciw, William : Jarrott, vA7. Hay, W. Glark...AV;/M0iT0W. ? John Bauoy V^fng heon sworn stated : .:;l am a, farmer and; lWide at Brougliton Creek ;;:;tlie bodj' viowod by tl/e coroner and jury'is that'of,: mj' daughter, E/isiaboth Bailey,. as;ed about' 20 ; years, a native of. Kiama ; I am well acquainted with Samuel Risk, of Kangaroo Yalloy : : ho camo to my placo and asked whether Elizabeth should go and assist his wife for a month : I consented; tho decoased was a strong healthy girl generally, bu-t occasionally complained of her cliost whon she had a cold ; I received information yostorday, about 11 a.m., that my gir...

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[?] Lands and what we have done with Them. No I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

kXiauds and what we have done . with TUcni. .. ^^^^^?^Eaxken, known for some time as ^^^^^^^^^his nom, de plume of ' Capri - ^^^^^^^^^B^oring a series of lectures on tho of Arts, series was on audienco m tho

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Slicialliaveii I'olii'e Court. At tho Polico Court,' Nowra; on Thursday i last, boforo Mossrs. S. Elyard and John Glau- i ?\nlle. Js.P., II. G. Brnttoll was ohargod .with: having in his possession a coin (a Umtod States Amorican o cont, pioco) nnd a book, supposod to bo stolon. After hearing tho ovidonco of Sonior constablo Brayno, and Amloy nnd Josoph II vain, for tho ; prosocution, and ' that of Honriotta Jfiddloton and Dora Culgin for tho dofonco, thoir AVorshins dismissed tho case, boliovinu: thoro was not sufnciont ovidonco to justify a conviction. ..Tho samo dofpndaut was chargod with having in his possession, a .quantity (!)y lbs.) of printins: tvpo, for tho possession of which ho could not' (rivo a satisfactory account. Defendant admitted that tho typo was tho proporty of his master, O. I. AVatson, of 'L'orrara : that he (Brottoll) had carriod it homo from his master's offico at Brougliton Creole, wlioro it had got ' pind,' and that for. four of gotting into a row ho had hid...

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The Kiama District. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

T!ie Kiama Itistrict. Mr. D. L. Dymock, J.P., in proposing tho hoallh of tlio- judges at tho banquet, held at ' Kiama, on Weduesday night, dolivored the fol lowing address to the membors of tho Kiama Agricultural Association— an addross which will bo found intorosting by dairy farmers all oyer tho colony. He said : I have now, for a period of' five consecutive yoars, by your kindness, filled tho presidential chair of this association. With the exception of 1881, 1 have generally read a short address at our annual dinnor on ?' events moro immediately connected with our solvos, or ondeavourod to throw out somo ideas for our mutual improvement as an association which has for its aim tho practical development ~ of tho various industries within its province, bo lioving as I do that this and kindred associations fall far short of their mission if their annual . ' exhibitions terminate without sowing in tho minds of tho membors somo practical ideas which may bear fruit to thoir further imp...

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St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

St. / PiBtrieli-s EJiiy.; Tiie timo-liniiourod day of tlio patron saint of Ireland in this district, passed off with but littlo demonstration of tho ardent - patriotic fooling which Jit arouses in Irislimon. Thoro was, wo boliovo, a fair, day's sport at Brougliton Grook, and ;.thb. riices at Nuinb'a. - it seoms, drew somo 300 or 400 spoctatoi's. Tiio races aro described as :;having; .hebn, good,1 and it may readily be bplioved ..'that thoy: woi'O nbither slow nor second rnto whon .?Mr..'-D.'-Hy«w, -so old a sportsman, coursod' somo of liis racelioi-ses tlipro. The foot races were, good, being fust and woll contested. Tho chiof ovouts woro as follows : J;.. -''ii ? ;? JtAinEX PLATE. ; Kv 'vV . : % ... ??} , Mr. Halls's Copia. . . . ..... ; . . .;.... . . .... 1 Rowon's Arictor. ...... ....... . . . . . . ; . 2 ST. TATHICK's irAXDICAI'. Mr.' Homo's iMbonlight ; ... .... 1 . Ilvam's lngomar . . .... ... . . .;.... ; - 2 ? - 1 ?- 1 Ciuilky's Buttorlly ?.-.-.-?. . . ; .3, SAPLIXS STAKES....

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"Auld Lang Syne." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

.???*« Aulil liana; Syne.' The following Gaolic translation of ' Auld Lang i ^ Syno' is by the late Mr. Ewon 'Maclean, a nativo 7 of Argour, fnmiliarly known to somo of our roadors as ' Eoghnii Dhuiskj ,' or ' Eoghan Eachninn.' IIo was for many yours one of tho ' First Class Clerks ' iu tho General Post-Olllco, Glasgow. AN T1.M A B II' ANN O SHE AN. ?: An t-oillas. sin a fhuair sinn tig, An coir a cliuir air di-chuimhn' ? 'An loig sinn dhinn aro comunn grAidh ? 'S na laithoan 'bh'aim ochianaibh. Seisd. — Air son na tim a bh'ann, o shoan ? Air son na tim o cliian ; Gu'n 61 sinn cuacli do Mhac-na-brach, Air son na tim o chian. Gir trie a ruith sinn foadh nam brunch, ? A' buain nan neoinnin sgiamhnch ; Acli 's ioma coum a ghluais sinn sgith, O'n tim a bh'ann o chianaibh. Bu trie a Inbairt sinn 's an nllt, 'N uair bhiodh an Samliradh grianach, Ach sgar an cuan o cheile sinn O'n tiin a bh'ann o chianaibh. : So dhuit mo lilmh, 's thoir dhomh do lamhs', A charnid bhaiglieil, fhiachail, . '...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

??:?'. Slioalliavcn SliippinK Intelligence. .... ; - EXPORTS. ' Tcr UliwArrn, Captain .T. Gnwlo. on tho 2ml Mm-cli. To Sydney: SfiObapj potatoes, heps butter, 1/5 bajrs maize, lft liipiffs, 7 cnlvoH, 2 llm-sos, 12 cases cjnw, 1 case , chcew, I case tnllow, and sundries. To Ivmmu : 90 pips, 2 1 ' \jnisrs liitlcs. n eases. To WolloiiRontf : 21 bass maize, 1 ba? potatoes, 1 chair, 1 cafe. ? ? , ? ? Per- lllmviura, Captain .T. Garde, on the Oth March. To ? Bydney i 320 bngs potatoes. 285 batrs mai/n !W kegs buttter, 11 J'taises cegs, ir- pies, 1 eoops poultry. I horses, \ paelcapes ? leather, mid sundries. ToKiaum : I f ba^s inaizc, 7 pigs. To, , 'Wollomyontf bair* maize. ...... 1 ' rer 'IUawarra, Captain J. Garde, on tho 0th March. To ? Sydnev : 21tibajrs potatoes, 70 biters maize, 239 fcefrs butter, SO ? cheeses, -10 pifjs, 22 eases eu*?s, 11 eoops poultty, 1 bundle wild dueto; 2 liorses, fi calves, 1 c:ise cheese, 2 eases honey, 2 bajrs ?hides, and sundries. To Kitnna: 05 bags inaizo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

? ^SBSBSSiaStS? SJIawiasTa s-tua»iii Rl!t,viga45«!s . . , '.'Company.'.. .. . j TIMETABLE. ?-, ? ? i. ?? ( Evorv Monilav, Tuosdav, and From Sydney. { joriday night, .it 11. XVouT Groenwoll [ Monday, 15 a.m. ; Tuesday,; 3 Point. ?( ii.iiv.; Thursday, 8 a.m.: , {3?ARES : Cab9.ii, 2((-j ?^KMnrii (Cnliin), 30s ; Mte4!r«ae,' 12m -fS«I. ?No Pigs or othor -Livo Stock -will- bo .convoyed by tho steamer leaving for Sydney, on Tuosday --j nfternoon. 33. MANNING, Manager. JBiiiftlisi! yt-r»-4!sh itncR Anstraliitn ' . ' CJitu-leireil aSasiJt. TyrR-nnSTN-RSS of this BANK will, for tho / future bo conducted in tho NliW PFJi-, z Ivl ISJiSiti Kloghoru-street next thoPrcsbyteriau . chuimli. ItOBT. EINLAYSON. Manager. JJavnxi, 3.2th January, 1381. '? JR. LANGLBY, ' C03vnavrissi03sr ?: /SJ: :. AND ? ' .. '. . ' PRODUCE AGENT, TAS2MmAN JAM §-FRUIT DEPOT, - . .'02- 8tj8SKx-st»eet, .. .. ' YD N E Y . EOBEBT MEIKLEJOIIN, .( Lute .Thome and MeiUlejahn, J ? Commission Agent,' ' SUSSEX STREET, - Between King...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Special Tclesrapliic Intclligenve. YFrom Grevflle's. Telcaram.Comminv; ) : SIDNEY. ? ? WnnXESflAT.Ml ? : TnE first annual gatlioring of. tho .Metropolitan ? r Association l?iro Brigndos, ^ for inspection, com petition, and- drill; took. -placo at tlio Gnrdon Palnco to-day.' The mustor : of ? tho differont brigades occurred this -morning, ^nnd thoy inarchcd through tho principal ? streets in pro cossion to the Gordon Palace grounds; * Miss Gardinor, the- young woman who was stabbod at Port Macquario oil Sundav, passed a sloeploss night, owmg to tlio pain of tho wound, but she is not considered yot to bo in dangor. Drow. who was shot at Onion Point, is fast recovering, but the bullet has not yot been : ox- ; tracted. - ? -. ??. ; : ? Tho imported horse ' Sir Olivo' was sold yesterday to Captain Osborne, for 000 gvineas. ? Viotobia.— Two' children -liavo , died ; at ? Eicliestor, through drinking impure water/' The symptoms were similar to thoso of virulent poison.— Sovoral claims have...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

- .x,ast wcolc wo briefly referred to tho | -?- evidences of the necessity of our A. & II. I Association taking stops to procure ground | ? of its own in ovrler that neither the undue dimensions of tho old placo of show nor its inconvonieiicos of tenure, situation, etc., should trammol tho Association iu carrying - out the object for which it is formed. Wo r now once more invito tho attention of tho mnmhnrs to thoneccssitv of talcing action with a view to tho acquisition of ground of thoir ? own with tho least possiblo delay. I\o ' inattor where it may bo situated, it will take ' timo to erect suitablo buildings and pens, more especially if tho Association procures a government reserve, whereon 110 improve ment has been made; and the sooner tho ?? work of improving and erecting commences, 'the sooner will tho appearance of tho nowly acquired property inspiro tho promoters of ??the objects of tho Association with confidence , in tlio institution as one of tho permanent societ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

'No pont up Utica contracts our powors ' may bo truly said of ono of tlio most invaluablo preparation of modern timos, for its sales aro not confinod to any particular spliore, but oxtend ovor all tlio quarters of tho globo. Orders aro boing constantly recoivod froni romoto sections, and its oxport constitutes ono of the staples of our trado. Circulars and pamplilots explanatory of its curative properties havo boon translated into all languages, and tlioro is no portion of the world where Udolplio Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known.— Auv. Dew 01? tiie Ali's.— Tho world outsido of Europe having discovered that this palatable tonic liquor is the finest invigorant extant, tho demand for itin tho Wostludios, Sontli America and Australia has literally bocomo enormous. It is strange for hundreds of yoars so wonderful: an appetizer and stomachic should havo, boon comparatively unknown boyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and the thanks of millions aro duo to Messrs. M. Moss and Co., t...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

CtoiDamci-cila! . y«tn41i C«aftt :ind West CiuikIcii Co. ; , . oyerailive C'-»any:uiy (Siiemitert). .' -.:? Sydney MAiucr.1' PiiiCes. . ? '? ? .'iBolOW'Wd 'givd gdnoral quotations; , £ s d. £ s. d. Buttei , best, pei lt- 0 1 0 tP 0 1 9 Ditto 2nd and inforior 0 1 3 -','(? 0j, 1-, (J Bacon,\litfo ,i. i.,. . ? 0 0 4 ,, s0c01',8' Ohocspi ditto :r. ' '0 '0:'3'-' ,- 0 0 8. Pigs (alive), each , 10 0 ,, 2 ' 0 0 OnlvdBl'dittP 0 io 0 ' 'ii-, i 6 0 Hidos, oach '0'10-'0 .1 -0 '0 Calfskins, 'each : '0-1 3 ''(l i0- 1 ;G Tallow, por ton 34' 0 0 ? 28 0 0 Maize, per bushel'1. . ; 0 4 -- 9 ? ,, 0: 5 ? 2, 'Barley, (Eiigli&li) , .'. ' .0 4- G ? 0 4 9 Ditto, (Cape) ditto' -0 4 0 0'5 0 Oats, ditto ? 0 '3' 3 ' -0 '3.0 llay (oaten) pei ton 5 0 0 ,, 7 0 0 Ditto (lucorno) ditto. '. 'l4 '-0' 0' 5-,0 o ' Potatoob ditto 210 0-„ 4 ,10 0 Fowls,' por pair 0 -s2 ?. G.'i,, .0 -3 f, 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 ? 3' 0. ' ,, .0 ' 3 : G Geeso, ditto . . .'. ' 0'5' 0f- ,, 0 .8' 0 Tuikoys, ditto ? 0 ? C ' 0 -' ,, 0- 12 - 0...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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